PORT TOWNSEND — On Thursday morning, a 15-year-old girl rode a bicycle into the back of a car parked at a stop sign. As a precaution, she was taken to the Jefferson Healthcare Hospital in Port Townsend.
Port Townsend Police Officer Jeremy Wilkin said the teenager sustained minor injuries, partly because she was wearing a helmet and was taken to the hospital "out of caution."
Vergin said that the car stopped at a stop sign on 35th Street at the intersection of San Juan Avenue in Port Townsend before 8 a.m. when the cyclist hit the back of the car and broke it. windshield.
Viking said the driver was not at fault for the collision.
The official added that if the cyclists did not wear protective equipment, the collision could be worse. He said he urged all cyclists to wear helmets when riding.
The phone number of Jefferson County reporter Zach Jablonski is 360-385-2335, extension. 5. Or in [email protection]
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